From start to finish, it takes maybe 20-25 minutes to do, but despite how simple and cheap it is (per serving, this dish costs about 10 DKK ~ €1.30 ~ US$1.90 to make, not including the expense of electricity), it is totally tasty!
Now, I admit that I’m not the greatest of chefs. In fact, I’m probably down right deadly. Most of the stuff I cook can be used to power nuclear plants and is less safe to handle than toxic waste. For this reason, I rarely cook for friends as I prefer them alive as opposed to living dead. However, the few things I *do* know how to cook, I cook well, and if you don’t believe me, ask Heavy, he thought the fried noodles I made for him tasted kickass-tastic! >:3
And just to give credit where credit is due, I originally learned how to make fried noodles from South Korea (though the ingredients I use and the way I do it now is pretty different from back then), who in turn learned it from a hot asian chick now living in Norway that he has yet to introduce me to, you damn bastard! >:3 Share the wealth XP
Anywho, I’ve added some images to help along with the recipe (you can click the images for bigger versions). Now…
Things you will need:
You will also need soy sauce, but I forgot to take a picture of it HAHA so deal with it. I use Kikkoman, just in case anyone is wondering.
And that would be that. Note that this is like the most basic form of the recipe, i.e. the ‘foundation’. You can add much more to it, such as meat (e.g. chicken breast), other veggies, shellfish, etc.
Noodles have decent amounts of carbs, but unfortunately no proteins. Since I rarely eat meat, I get roughly 90% of all my proteins from eggs (which I obviously eat many of then), so that’s what I’m gonna show you how to make. Vegans and people allergic to eggs, sorry, but you’re on your own with this :/
What you need
(use about three times as much oil as you would if only frying noodles)
|Eggs + small bowl|
|Crack the eggs into the bowl.|
|Poke holes in the yolk to make it easier to beat.|
|Beat the eggs to mix the whites and the yolk.|
|Pour it on a pre-heated pan set at medium heat. At this point, you are essentially making a Serbian omelette called kajgana (omelette without anything in it). SIDE NOTE: while writing this, I got the idea of making a folded omelette with fried noodles and maize on the inside. It didn’t taste as well as I had hoped it would, but that was probably because I failed a bit at making it. See end result here.|
|Before the omelette fries all the way through, add some Vegeta and then seperate it into bitesize chunks using a big wooden spoon.|
|Stir the pieces around a bit to make sure they a fried all the way through.|
|Set the eggs aside and start making the noodles as explained above.|
|When the time comes to add the veggies, also add the eggs so they can re-heat.|